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|Extradition||Chief Secretary's Office||Consultation on the draft Extradition Bill|
The Chief Secretary's Office is carrying out a consultation exercise on the draft of a proposed Extradition Bill on behalf of the Department of Home Affairs
|22 December 2010 - 25 March 2011|
|Proposal for a Marine Nature Reserve in Ramsey Bay||D.E.F.A||Consultation on the designation of Ramsey Bay as a Marine Nature Reserve|
The purpose of this consultation is to allow those who use Ramsey Bay or otherwise have an interest in the area to have an active input into the development of a zoned Marine Nature Reserve in Ramsey Bay. Responses are invited to the consultation document by letter or email. A quick and easy on-line questionnaire can also be used.
You are also invited to attend a drop-in session at Ramsey Town Hall to ask questions or respond to the consultation directly:
Saturday 15 January 10am-5pm
Tuesday 18 January 2pm-8pm
Go to this site for a quick and easy online response
|21 December 2010 - 28 February 2011|
|Modified Draft Area Plan for the South ||Planning Building Control||Modified Draft Area Plan for the South|
The Department has published the Modified Draft Area Plan for the South. This sets out the focus for new development within the South and includes detailed proposals to guide how this should take place. It also highlights those special areas which require protection. The Modified Draft Plan is made up of a written statement and a series of maps.
|10 January 2011 - 25 February 2011|
|Motorhomes||Highways Division||Large Vehicles Parked in Residential Areas|
There are currently 736 motorhomes registered and licensed for use on the Islands roads and the Department regularly receives complaints about the inappropriateness of permitting them to park on residential roads for long periods of time, about the overall size of the vehicles and the amount of space they occupy on the road. The problems also extend to large vans that are kept in residential areas.
The questionnaire can be submitted online by completing the SurveyMonkey form via the link below.
To access the results of this consultation, click the title, then scroll to the bottom of the page where the report is attached.
|7 January 2011 - 18 February 2011|
|Douglas Promenade||Highways Division||Consultation on the Development of Douglas Promenade|
The purpose of this consultation is to allow the Department of Infrastructure’ Highways Division to collate public opinion on the existing and future use of Douglas promenade. An on-line questionnaire is available for submission by following the link provided in the document at www.surveymonkey.com/s/douglaspromenade
|15 November 2010 - 28 January 2011|